Amazon: Willow + Mae Teething Necklaces ONLY $12.99 (Great Gift for New Moms)

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Black Friday Wilow MaeHere’s a great gift idea for a new mom! For a limited time, head over to Amazon.com to grab a Willow + Mae Silicone Teething Necklace for ONLY $12.99 – no promo code needed. Get free shipping on an order of $35 or more or snag free 2-day shipping with Amazon Prime.

Willow + Mae Silicone Teething NecklacesMore than just a fun accessory, these necklaces provide stimulation for the fussy baby, relief for a teething little one (it actually provides natural pain relief for emerging teeth), and distraction for a nursing infant by creating a stimulating sensory experience for little hands to grasp and explore. The food grade silicone beads are free from BPA, PVC, phthalates, lead, latex, cadmium, and metal – simply rinse with soap and water or place in the top rack of your dishwasher. And all Willow + Mae products come with a 90-Day Money Back Guarantee –> if for any reason, you are not completely satisfied with your purchase, just let them know and they’ll make it right!

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  1. samanthahallada

    Anyone have a review on these? My sister is actually in labor right now lol!!! 🙂

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Congratulations!

    • Shell

      My daughter is in labor right now and this is on her Christmas list!

  2. rn30032

    This looks like a choking hazard if this comes apart

  3. Angela

    Oh my! These types of necklaces should be knotted in between each bead for safety!

  4. Alanna

    Even necklaces that are knotted between the beads can be a choking hazard if they end up broken because it only takes one bead to choke. However, the cord on these is virtually break proof- as attested by my 2 and 4 year olds constantly yanking on mine without ever breaking it.

    Check out the FAQs on willowandmae.com or contact me at Alanna@willowandmae.com if you have questions.

    Alanna
    Owner, Willow + Mae

    • Melody

      Would you recommend these for older kids (8-10 yrs) that have sensory needs? Would they hold up to chewing and biting from older children?
      Thanks!

      • Alanna

        I personally recommend the Isabella style as it’s a little shorter. You can shorten it even more by pulling the cord out of the clasp and reknotting it to the perfect length. I’ve yet to see a child bite through one of the beads, but obviously regularly inspect it for damage, especially with an older stronger child chewing on it. I have several therapists that recommend them for their patients!

        • Melody

          Thank you so much!

  5. Vanessa Garcia

    I bought this for my 8 month old and it’s absolutely the best. I’ve recommend it to many family members. Stops my fussy baby. Everyone I know who has this necklace loves it. My 8 month old is constantly pulling on it and it’s never broke. I would highly recommended!!

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Thanks for your feedback Vanessa!

  6. Ashley

    These are meant to be worn by Mama so baby can chew/pull etc while close to mom. They aren’t meant to be worn by the child/baby. Just an fyi 🙂 as i see above a few people mentioned they could be a choking hazard and/or needed to be knotted between each bead like a amber teething necklace.

  7. VickiL

    Any issues with it being made in China? That’s my only concern. I don’t buy my dog chew toys if they are made in China. I like the idea of it for my 2 month old granddaughter, just not sure if it’s safe.

    • Alanna

      All of the relevant safety and testing information can be found on our website. The silicone is food grade (just like in spatulas and muffin trays) and safe for baby to chew. All of our products are designed by me and assembled by our supplier in China. We double check our necklaces before they are shipped out to be sure they meet our standards. Feel free to contact me with more questions!

  8. visitor3

    Babies/toddlers can’t understand the difference between a teething necklace and a regular necklace, worn by mama or someone else. What happens once they get in the habit of chewing on mama’s jewelry?

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